"Excellent Service and Great Breakfast!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 2, 2013
In common with most small family hotels that are converted houses, the accommodations where somewhat compact, the shower cubicle in particular, but everything I needed was provded and worked well. The breakfast was fantastic and much better than I expected from this price range. However the most impressive aspect of my stay was the people who run the hotel. Steve, Karen and their family were absolute stars, who could not have made me more welcome. The next time I visit Blackpool the Marsden will be my top choice for friendly service and value for money.
"cliffs hotel blackpool"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 22, 2011
The first room we were allocated was very small and not what i expected considering I had paid extra for a room with a sea view.However once I compained we were switched to a much bigger room 3 doors down on the same floor which makes me wonder why this was not allocated to us in the first place- ~The food and the service was very good but most of the tables in the dining room are very close together . The staff where very pleasant and we had a really nice weekend
Reviewed by S Tattersall of "burnley" on
Aug 19, 2009
The hotel looks very old & dated outside bit inside it is clean & fairly modern, rooms were clean & because of the location late night noise was very minimum. I go to Blackpool regular & find parking an issue this hotel is good the fact u get the car park fee waived for staying there.